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ArtsNash Partners with The Clyde Fitch Report to Spotlight the Arts

ArtsNash is excited to announce a new partnership with The Clyde Fitch Report (www.clydefitchreport.com)! Twice a month beginning in January, we’ll post arts stories from the Report, which bills itself as “the nexus of arts and politics.” CFR, meanwhile, will spotlight articles from ArtsNash, which will provide Nashville’s various arts organizations with much deserved national exposure.

The Clyde Fitch Report was founded in 2006 by Leonard Jacobs, former national editor of the entertainment industry trade publication Back Stage, who joined the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in 2011 and is now Editor Emeritus. The CFR is currently run by co-curators Beck Feibelman (arts) and Roger Armbrust (politics), featuring more than a dozen contributors and correspondents covering arts and politics topics across the country and the globe.

Look for stories from The Clyde Fitch Report by clicking the “CFR” link that will soon appear in the category bar at the top of every ArtsNash page. We feel privileged to partner with a site where people with a range of arts interests and political beliefs may, according to its mission statement, “engage and argue, teach and learn, discover their commonalities, and, if possible, demolish their differences.”

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About Evans Donnell

Evans Donnell is the chief theater, film and opera critic as well as co-founder of ArtsNash. He wrote reviews and features about theater, opera and classical music for The Tennessean from 2002 to 2011. He was the theater, film and opera critic for ArtNowNashville.com from 2011 to 2012. Donnell has also contributed to The Sondheim Review, Back Stage, The City Paper (Nashville), the Nashville Banner, The (Bowling Green, Ky.) Daily News and several other publications since beginning his professional journalism career in 1985 with The Lebanon (Tenn.) Democrat. He was selected as a fellow for the 2004 National Critics Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, and for National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) arts journalism institutes for theater and musical theater at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in 2006 and classical music and opera at the Columbia University School of Journalism in 2009. He has also been an actor (member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA), founding and running AthensSouth Theatre from 1996 to 2001 and appearing in Milos Forman's "The People vs Larry Flynt" among other credits. Donnell is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association (www.americantheatrecritics.org).